Away from emissions - towards clean nuclear power
Countries reduce their dependence on fossil fuels, especially coal. This is because it contributes 44 percent of air pollution. Coal causes 2.2 times as much CO2 emissions when burned as when natural gas is burned.
With the global demand for energy rising - because the population is growing and so is the demand for energy from emerging countries - and the goal of countering climate change, green energies are coming into focus. This also includes nuclear energy. This is because it does not produce any direct carbon dioxide emissions.
Especially in the last ten years, many countries have increasingly turned to nuclear energy. Thus, nuclear power reactors are also being built (almost) worldwide. In the USA, the aim is to become less dependent on necessary uranium imports. Therefore, domestic uranium production is also to be promoted. One uranium company in particular, Uranium Energy, should be pleased about this.
In fact, Uranium Energy - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZdchvJMUXZc&t=1s - can restart in-situ recovery (ISR) production at its licensed and operational facilities in south Texas. ISR production can also be started in Wyoming. In addition, the Company has a substantial portfolio of additional projects.
International Consolidated Uranium - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5kmZJIQIzEM - is also concerned with uranium deposits. Five uranium projects in three countries, as well as gold projects are under consideration. Philip Williams, CEO of the Company comments, "We consider the Laguna Salada uranium-vanadium project (in Argentina) to be one of the most advanced projects in our portfolio."
Current corporate information and press releases from Uranium Energy (www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/uranium-energy-corp/).
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